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10 Lesser-known South Indian Snacks That Every North Indian Should Try

If you think south Indian food is all about idli, dosa, sambar and chutney they you need to think again.

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Updated:January 5, 2017, 5:28 PM IST
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10 Lesser-known South Indian Snacks That Every North Indian Should Try
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If you think south Indian food is all about idli, dosa, sambar and chutney they you need to think again.

Here is a list of 10 yummy tea-time snacks from South that you must try:

Parippu Vada

Made of dals, Parippu Vada is a perfect partner for your evening tea. Its easy to make and is even hit among children.

Evening Snack #parippuvada and Sulaimani

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Pazham pori

One of favourite Malayali snacks, Pazham Pori is made of ripe bananas. The bananas are cut in slices and dipped in all purpose flour and deep fried.

Payampori #pazhampori#wearemalayalees

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Ada

Ada or Ela Ada is made of coconut and jaggery layered inside the rice paste in banana leaf and steamed.

Kozhukattai

Kozhukatta or Kozhukkattai is a sweet dumpling made from rice flour filled with grated coconut and jaggery.

#kozhukkattai #kozhukattai #kozhukatta #keralacuisine

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Murukku

A savoury, crunchy snack, murukku originated in Tamil Nadu and it gets its name from the Tamil word for 'twisted'. It is basically made of rice flour and urad dal flour.

#latepost #evening_post #tea #murukku #homealone #awesome_combo

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Achappam

Made with rice flour, coconut milk, sugar and eggs, achappam is also known as Rose Cookies.

@lakitalki I found it!! #achappam I like it

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Sukhiyan

A well known tea time snack, Sukhiyan is made from green gram / mung dal, coconut and jaggery filling.

Kalathappam

Kalathappam is a rice cake with jaggery. It is a popular north Malabar delicacy.

രുചിയപ്പം. #kalathappam #kozhikkodan #snacks #teatime #sweet #cake

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Mysore Bonda

Also known as ulundu bonda, Mysore bonda is made of urad dal, some spices and fresh coconut bits.

Aval Vilayichathu

Aval or Rice flakes vilayichathu is a simple teatime snack. It is made from rice flakes mixed in jaggery and coconut.

#avalvilayichathu #keralasnacks #food #teatime

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